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King Saha furious over fans’ claims that he stole Mowzey Radio’s singing style

King Saha furious over claims that he stole Mowzey Radio's style

Singer and song writer Mansour Ssemanda, known by his stage name King Saha is not a happy man. The genesis of his anger and uneasiness is the constant comparison between his and Fallen singer Mowzey Radio’s music style.

There have been many allegations that Saha is a Copycat of the fallen GoodLife singer, and that he is not original.

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When Radio died in 2018, Ugandans started mooting idle opinions that King Saha should take his place in GoodLife since he was a Radio copycat after all. They claimed the two entertainers have an almost a similar voice and the same flow of songs.

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However, King Saha revealed he saw it as an insult at his originality since he thinks he is unique on his own and doesn’t sound like any singer.

“Please stop comparing me to Mowzey Radio I feel insulted when compared to him because nobody will ever be like him. People keep mocking me, it hurts me, I don’t like it,” King Saha said.

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 King Saha said Ugandans should learn to appreciate a person for whatever they are but not compare them to others.